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Sleepy Censors

In the mid 1950s the U.S. Senate forced comic book publishers to adhere to the guidelines of a Comic Code Authority. The ‘Code’ was brought in to protect America’s youth from what was then deemed disturbingly graphic and blatantly sexual content in comic books. Post ‘Code’ comic books were produced with quite severe content restrictions. No longer did artists and…

April 10, 2010 / / Minutiae Comments closed

Ahhh. Archie comics in the 1960’s. The success of the Archie comics over the years had brought forth a number of spin-off titles to help satiate the hungry consumer’s need for wholesome, good-hearted family fun. And of course, what better way than to poke light at the romance between Betty and Archie.…

March 29, 2010 / / Minutiae Comments closed

I’m not really sure if much needs to be said about this cover. Most of the reactions from anyone who sees this comic is: “What the heck’s Alf doin’ to that seal?!”…

March 21, 2010 / / Minutiae Comments closed

No Sleepy Censor series would be complete without the classic Rifleman “Woody” cover from the good wholesome people at Dell Publishing…

March 14, 2010 / / Minutiae Comments closed

Ka Zar of the Savage Land was sort of a cross between Tarzan and Conan. He was fighting savage beasts with his trusty Sabretooth cat Zabu in almost every issue that…

March 8, 2010 / / Minutiae Comments closed

This comic has become a cult classic. The “Pearl Necklace” issue always sells for multiples of guide at the conventions and on…

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Though officially listed as Rich Buckler art, most of this comic was actually drawn by Canadian Vince Marchesano…

February 14, 2010 / / Collecting Community Comments closed
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Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane #120, DC Comics, March 1972. The cover goes beyond sexuality and dives quite deep into perversion and sadism…

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Brave and the Bold #184, Page 8, Panel 5. This is a harmless enough looking issue. On the cover you have Batman raging against his dead parents……

January 6, 2010 / / Minutiae Comments closed

In the mid 1950s the U.S. Senate forced comic book publishers to adhere to the guidelines of a Comic Code Authority. The ‘Code’ was brought in to protect America’s youth from what was then deemed disturbingly graphic and blatantly sexual…

December 27, 2009 / / Minutiae Comments closed

In the mid 1950s the U.S. Senate forced comic book publishers to adhere to the guidelines of a Comic Code Authority. The ‘Code’ was brought in to protect America’s youth from what was then deemed disturbingly graphic and blatantly sexual content in comic books…